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<font face="Arial">This list shows the Portal Attributes defined at the selected portal. These are available to routine code within the subsystem that this portal connects to.
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This list shows the Portal Attributes defined at the selected portal. These are available to routine code within the subsystem that this portal connects to.
  
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The columns in the list are:<br /> Name<br /> Shows the name of the attribute
  
The columns in the list are:<br /> Name<br /> Shows the name of the attribute
 
  
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'''Scope'''
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Shows the portal level at which the attribute is defined. If its defined at the topmost level, it will show "&lt;main&gt;".
  
Scope<br /> Shows the portal level at which the attribute is defined. If its defined at the topmost level, it will show "&lt;main&gt;".
 
  
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'''Value'''
  
Value<br /> The current value for the attribute. This is formatted according to the type of the attribute.
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The current value for the attribute. This is formatted according to the type of the attribute.
  
  
Options<br /> Summarises options set on the attribute as one or more letters. These include:<br /> R clea[R] when the run engine restarts<br /> C [C]onstant during run<br /> I Round to [I]nteger<br /> T re[T]ain on paste/replace<br /> K range chec[K] enabled<br /> S used in data[S]ets (scenarios)<br /> V keep pri[V]ate to subsystem (for modules)
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Options<br /> Summarises options set on the attribute as one or more letters. These include:<br /> R clea'''R''' when the run engine restarts<br /> C '''C'''onstant during run<br /> I Round to '''I'''nteger<br /> T re'''T'''ain on paste/replace<br /> K range chec'''K''' enabled<br /> S used in data'''S'''ets (scenarios)<br /> V keep pri'''V'''ate to subsystem (for modules)
  
  
Comment<br /> Shows any comment the modeller has entered for the attribute
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'''Comment'''
  
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Shows any comment the modeller has entered for the attribute
  
Use the Add Attribute button to add a new attribute at the current subsystem's scope.<br /> You can double click or highlight and click the Edit button to edit an existing attribute.<br />
 
  
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Use the Add Attribute button to add a new attribute at the current subsystem's scope. You can double click or highlight and click the Edit button to edit an existing attribute.
  
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Latest revision as of 04:06, 12 January 2008

This list shows the Portal Attributes defined at the selected portal. These are available to routine code within the subsystem that this portal connects to.

The columns in the list are:
Name
Shows the name of the attribute


Scope

Shows the portal level at which the attribute is defined. If its defined at the topmost level, it will show "<main>".


Value

The current value for the attribute. This is formatted according to the type of the attribute.


Options
Summarises options set on the attribute as one or more letters. These include:
R cleaR when the run engine restarts
C Constant during run
I Round to Integer
T reTain on paste/replace
K range checK enabled
S used in dataSets (scenarios)
V keep priVate to subsystem (for modules)


Comment

Shows any comment the modeller has entered for the attribute


Use the Add Attribute button to add a new attribute at the current subsystem's scope. You can double click or highlight and click the Edit button to edit an existing attribute.



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